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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas f Rangers fourth at Llano Page 10A orts HvraldZfitung March 8A Tigers head for Lexington Georgetown advances Memphis State nips OU AP Sophomore Reggie Williams hit four clutchfree throws as topranked with AllAmerican Pat Ewing on the bench much of the second hung on for a 6054 victory over 6 Georgia Tech on Saturday and earned its third trip to the NCAA Final Four in four The Hoyas 16th straight victory gave them the East Regional championship and kept them on track to become the first team to repeat as national champions since UCLA in 1972 and They will meet the winner of todays West Regional championship between Johns and North Carolina State next Saturday in who sat out 12 minutes of the second half with four still led the Hoyas with 14 all but two in the first Williams and Bill Martin added 12 Sevenfoot John Salley scored 12 of his 15 points in the second half to lead the Yellow survived because of the poor shooting of Georgia Tech guard Mark who was a 49 percent shooter during the season but hit only three of 15 from the outside against the Georgia overcame a sixpoint deficit midway through the game and fought the Hoyas down to the Reserves Ralph filling in for the foulplagued and Horace Broadnax combined for nine points as Georgetown pulled to a 5146 its largest of the second After Georgia Techs Bruce Dalrymple hit a jumper with remaining to cut the Hoya lead to Williams tossed in two free throws with Scott Petway scored his only points of the game on a jumper to make it 5452 with 55 seconds but Williams then connected on another pair of free throws to make it a fourpoint Georgetown lead Price finally hit a long jumper to make it 56 but Dalton then added two free throws and Broadnax ended it with a driving layup at the Salley crashed hard to the floor in the second half when David Wingate drove over him at tempting a He took only a brief rest and returned to the With left in the tempers flared when 611 Yvon Joseph of Georgia Tech fouled Georgetown used both Dalton and Ewing together for much of the first half to combat the size of Joseph and Salley and the first half ended in a 2929 Ewing scored all the points in a 70 spurt which put the Hoyas up 2315 and a jumper by Wingate gave the Hoyas their biggest lead of the DALLAS AP Andre Memphis States designated came through again on Saturday although he just missed being a who beat Boston College and AlabamaBirmingham with lastsecond shots during the scored four points in the final 33 seconds and AllAmerican Keith Lee had 23 points to give the 5 Tigers a 6361 NCAA Midwest Regional basketball cham pionship victory over fourthranked Oklahoma and their first Final Four berth since The winner of todays North Carolina Villanova Southeast Regional Final in Bir will face Memphis State next Saturday in Turner selected the regional tournaments Most Valuable Player missed the front end of a oneandone with eight seconds to play and watched helplessly as a desperation Oklahoma shot bounced high off the back of the rim at the asked if he was worried about missing his final free said I wasnt thinking about I was thinking they Oklahoma could only go into overtime and since we still had all our players I thought we still had a chance to He added I was real glad it didnt come down to where I had to make a last second shot Lee hit a basket and canned four free throws in the final 90 seconds and Turner made a layup against the Sooner press then hit two free throws with 23 seconds to the nations highest scoring team which was held to its lowest point total of the had one last chance after Turner missed a free throw with eight seconds to Anthony Bowies 24footer at the buzzer hit the back of the rim and bounced Memphis State Coach Dana Kirk said We did what we had to do at the end of the We handled the I thought we did an excellent job of shot selection and we played great defense against We got into a lot of foul trouble and fought through Weve had to do that all Keith Lee and Turner were just who hit only nine of 22 said When you are playing a team like Oklahoma you dont worry about it when you You have to have confidence in your It will be the Tigers first appearance in the Final Four since when they lost in the title game to OKlahoma Coach Billy Tubbs said he thought Turner turned the ball over before he was fouled with eight seconds to Freshman leads SV to third place NCAA tournament By The Associated Press East Regional Championship March 23 At Georgetown Georgia Tech 54 Southeast Hegional Semifinals March 22 At Villanova Maryland 43 North Carolina Auburn 56 Championship March 24 At 22 North 27 8 Midwest Regional Championship March 23 At Dallas Memphis State Oklahoma 61 West Regional Semifinals March 22 At Denver North Cmolma Si Alabama 55 Johns Kentucky 70 Championship March 24 At Denver Carolina 23 303 The Final Four At Semifinals March 30 East Champion West Champion Southeast Champion vs Midwest Champior Championship April 1 Semilinal winners By DAVID KING Sports editor Other runners might have been flashier in their double victories at Saturdays Unicorn Others might have been fleeter But none were as doggedly determined as Smithson Valley freshman Carolyn who has won every race she has entered but one this added two more gold medals to her collection taking the races and the Rangerettes to a thirdplace finish in the meets Rice avenged her only defeat of the season in the fighting off Tivy sophomore Lisa Lewis in the final 200 yards with a strategic burst of Carolyn picked it up at 200 meters to instead of at said her Louise I was yeling at her to do Lewis couldnt catch her There were no such challenges in the as Rice won in more than 42 seconds ahead of runnerup Judi Taylor of Solid seconds in the 400 and relays helped the Rangerettes nip Canyon by one point in the team 1 Tivy won the meet with 158 Hays was second with the Rangerettes third with 79 and Canyon fourth with Page 10A Weve been trying to get the 400 relay together for a Davidson This is the first time this group has run The foursome of Sheryl Tammy Kim Huntsucker and Kim Wagner ran a In the the team of Huntsucker and Shalynn McCoy finished second to Canyon in back to full speed after a muscle also scored points with a third in the triple jump 332V4 and a fourth in the long jump Little sister Leslie was fourth in the high jump at Canyon didnt score any points in the field but made up for it with a second in the 800 a blazing by 400meter winner Nancy Tieken and the strong The Cougarettes team of Dorothy Tara Cheryl Butler and Tieken posted a The whole difference was on the lead leg we got a Canyon Coach Pete Rivas noted of the per formance by That made all the That and giving Tieken a 10yard lead heading into the final She ran a on her part of the Canyons 800 relay of Lauren Butler and Emily May ran a in finishing a stride behind While Canyon was scoring all its points late in the New Braunfels scored its points The Unicorns piled up 40 of their 70 points in the field Lisa McKinnis topped New Braunfels with seconds both behind Tivys Monica Trevino in the shot and McKinnis tossed the shot 3511 and the discus 971 for her second Jana Chafin also finished second twice behind the same trailing Hays Sonya Howell in the triple jump and long Chafin went in the long jump and 332M in the triple Other competitors scoring field event points for the Unicorns were Yvonne fourth in the shot at and Michelle fifth in the shot at 307 and fifth in the discus at We had improvement all Unicorns Coach Fred Pink La Rae Fischer finished second in the and she hadnt even reached the finals all And she ran 10 seconds better than her personal Pink also praised Kelly Wright and Virginia Hildebrand for personal bests on new appear for boys teams Canyon went back to its old strengths and New I Braunfels found some new ones Saturday at the Unicorn I The guided by a solid showing in the field events and the growing confidence of sprinter Stephen finished third in the meet behind Westlake and Kerrville New Braunfels scored 77 points to 119 for Westlake and 108 for The leaned heavily on the 400 meters and the relay in finishing in a tie with I Clemens for fourth with 60 J Stephen Millett had an excellent meet for Unicorns Coach Lew Simmonds He had his per Jsonal bests in everything but the r In that he had to settle for a thirdplace time of just behind a pair of fleet seniors named Clemens and Marcus Johnson J Millett started the day by finishing second to Marcus JJohnson in the long jump with a leap of then ran Jthe second leg of the secondplace 400meter relay and finished second in the 200 behind He had a But it wasnt just the Stephen Millett Show for the Unicorns on the sunny In the field Kraig Krause finished second in the shot put with an effort of and was fifth in the discus at Kenan Ikels cleared 14 feet in the pole vault and after an examination of the was declared the winner in the event on the basis of fewer Mike Sullivan was fifth in the shot put at 496 and Jeff out for track for the first time in five was sixth in both the pole vault 120 and high jump On the New Braunfels sprint relay had the best qualifying but anchor man Kevin Walker suffered a slight muscle strain and didnt Walker also had the secondfastest qualifying time in the 300meter in termediate We didnt want to take a chance with him at this point in the Simmonds Mike after dropping out of the on the fifth came back to finish second in the in a personal best of It was a really encouraging Simmonds Simmonds was even more encouraged by the per formance of his junior which scored 120W points to win its The best thing about that bunch is that theyre all he Canyon had a standout of its own Saturday in Ben running in his first varsity ran a tac tically beautiful race in the passing teammate Brian Row and Tivys James White to win in who finished wound up with a personal best of in the Garcia teamed with Gilbert and Albert Natal and Row to hold off Tivy in the relay as The Cougars ran a a personal best for the Ben has come a long Canyon Coach David Simmons He did a good job for us Garcia also finished fourth in the long jump at Canyons Todd Banks also scored points in the field jumping 60 to finish third in the high Todd looks like hes back in the groove Simmons Simmons also praised the 400meter relay team of the Natals and Kody The foursome finished third in a second better than its pervious In the junior varsity Canyon was led by Ken who won the was second in the shot and ran on the sprint LESLIE KRIEWALDrTTERALD ZEITUNG DAVID KING New Braunfels Kenan Ikels clears 14 feet Unicorns earn split with 1 Westlake WEST LAKE HILLS Armando Mar tinez pitched a threehitter to help New Braunfels gain a split in a doubleheader with the states 1ranked Class 4A Saturday Westlake exploded for six runs in the second inning of the second contest and took a 135 Bobby Tristan was the losing pitcher for the I We played a good first Unicorns Coach Peter Garza We made a few baserunning mistakes and we aught have been able to score a few more but overall we did a good pitching after an eightday quieted the Chaparrals potent of fense with his second shutout of the Martinez threw a complete game for the The Unicorns collected eight hits against three different pitchers in the New Braunfels scored both its runs in the third one on a double by Tristan and another on a sacrifice fly by David hit the ball pretty Garza Tristan suffered from early control problems in the walking two batters in the Chaps tworun first inning and the first four hitters in the second in Westlake added four hits two past the drawnin New Braunfels infield to score its six runs in the The Chaparrals lead grew to 70 after four before New Braunfels came up with one run in the fifth to make it 91 and four in the sixth to narrow the gap to 9 Garza said Tristan settled down and pitched well through the fourth and fifth but tired in the Westlake then scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth to put the game The Chaparrals outhit New Braunfels 128 in the Both teams committed two We werent really ready to physically or in that second Garza Tristans record falls to 22 with the New Braunfels is now 73 on the Linescores Chaptrreli First 002 000 0280 000 000 0 0 3 2 Martinez and Ortega Howell 17 and WP LP 28 Second New 014 0 2 104 13 2 Tristan Gomez 6 and Rivers 7 and Cavanauflh WP UP Tristan 26 ;